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Hi,

I accidently put autodisovery.domain.com.au in UCC certificate, instead of autodiscover.domain.com.au.

Does it matter if it's autodiscovery intead of autodiscover?

Thanks in advance.
Jon
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It does matter, it would be easier to just ask the provider to let you rekey the certificate with the correct values.
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by:Kap Heng
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wow.. that was a very quick reply. this is my first time on experts exchange.

Again, thank you for the quick reply
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